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Oct 4, 2012 7:00pm PDT
know court reporters are smarter about this. court reporters have seen high priced defense lawyers deliver brilliant closing arguments. court reporters don't even say who won. they wait, they wait hours sometimes days for the jury to vote and then tell them who won. court reporters see lawyers with the best argument and the most engaging style lose cases every day and they see the opposite happen every day. frequently juries will tell court reporters they didn't care about the testimony that the news media thought was the most important thing. they based their decision on something else that was said or not said. hanging around courtrooms guessing what juries are going to do is a humbling experience. i think you should watch these debates the way you should watch a trial. when the lawyers make their opening statements in court you shouldn't think one of them just won. we are going to hear from a couple of witnesses next week. and then we'll hear the final arguments on october 22nd. and then you should wait 15 days just 15 days and find out who won, won the debates right here, at th
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